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The Summer at MOCAK

19.07.2014 at noon

Published at:16.06.2014

We invite children to attend our summer art workshops at MOCAK. The fun activities that we have devised will stimulate ingenious thinking and allow participants to while away the summer in creative play.

Neighbourhood (2)
We would like to invite all children’s charities to take part in our summer plein-air workshops. The participants will discover the works in the MOCAK Collection as well as tour MOCAK’s neighbourhood, spotting ideas for sketches and art works.

The workshops are aimed at organised groups of 6 to 14-year olds.

Dates will be negotiated individually with groups. We are planning five workshop sessions, in the order of pre-bookings received. Please register at: edukacja@mocak.pl or phone: 12 263 40 29.

Re-creation
Children 8–12 years old are invited to a free-of-charge guided tour of the Mieczysław Porębski Library, combined with an art workshop.
During the session, participants will familiarise themselves with selected works from the Professor’s collection, find out how they had been produced and attempt to enter themselves into a creative dialogue with the authors of the works.

We will be registering participants individually in the two weeks before each session:

12 July, noon till 1 pm
Emballage
Workshop related to the work of  Tadeusz Kantor for children aged 5–6

19 July, noon till 1 pm
Self-portrait
Workshop related to the work of  Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz for children aged 7–8

9 August, noon till 1 pm
The Portrait of a Girl
Workshop related to the work of  Jerzy Nowosielski for children aged 9–10

23 August, noon till 1 pm
Unexplained Situation
Workshop related to the work of  Jan Tarasin for children aged 8–12

During the summer holidays, each Saturday at 1 pm everybody is welcome to take part in the guided tour of the Mieczysław Porębski Library. Detailed information: >>>